HUAWEI has introduced a couple of new hardware products in China today. There was the new Pocket S, which is joined by the updated MateStation X with an Intel 12th-Gen processor and the Watch GT Cyber with replaceable shells.

The updated HUAWEI MateStation X is powered by the new Intel Core i9-12900H CPU, which is an upgrade to the Ryzen 7 that the first model had when it came out back in March. It is joined by a generous 16GB of RAM and two storage options: 512GB and 1TB.


Everything else is the same. It still has a 28.2-inch touch IPS LCD display with a 3840 x 2560 pixel resolution, VESA-certified DisplayHDR 400, ∆E≤1 color accuracy calibration, and 98% DCI-P3 color coverage.

It also has HUAWEI PC Manager so it works seamlessly with other EMUI and HarmonyOS devices.


The PC comes with an advanced stand that uses a special hinge so you can adjust the tilt with just a finger. Albeit, it lacks height, rotation, and swivel adjustments.

This base also holds dual full-range speakers that consist of tweeters, woofers, and Devialet technology.



The HUAWEI MateStation X 12th-Gen Intel comes in a 512GB version for CNY11,999 (around Php96,400) and 1TB for CNY12,999 (around Php104,500). It ships with a matching wireless keyboard and mouse.

Launched alongside the new MateStation X and Pocket S is the HUAWEI Watch GT Cyber. It’s one of the most customizable smartwatches on the market as you can swap between shells and straps.


The main body itself is pretty clean and straightforward so it attaches easily to your chosen shell via magnets. You can pick between different styles: Urban, Fashion, and Sports.

For the specs, the Cyber has a 1.32-inch circular AMOLED screen with a 466 x 466-pixel resolution at 352ppi.


It then runs on HUAWEI’s own HarmonyOS, has the company’s latest sleep tracking, SpO2, and heart-rate monitoring, and can record over 100 sports modes. Also built-in are NFC, Bluetooth, and GPS. It then lasts for up to 7 days and charges via the Qi wireless charging standard.

The HUAWEI Watch GT Cyber has a starting price of CNY1,288 (around Php10,300) for the Sports variant that you can get in Black or White, while the Urban (Morning Yellow, Obsidian Black) and Fashion (Blue, White) retails for CNY1,488 (around Php11,900). They are now available in China and should soon arrive in the Philippines, too.

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